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Today I found these timely words from one of our best novelists, Barbara Kingsolver: “Our religious and cultural heritage is to deny, for all we’re worth, that we’re in any way connected to the rest of life on earth. We don’t come from it, we’re not part of it; we own it and were put down he…

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In this unprecedented and difficult time we look for means to comfort ourselves. The only real, lasting and effective way is connecting with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, through his word (the Bible) and prayer.

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Thank you for printing the “A prayer of faith.” I read every word and scripture in the message and hope other Argus-Press subscribers did.

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There are 8,287 ignorant people in Shiawassee County. On March 10, in the Democratic primary, that was the number of people who voted for Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg combined.

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Roads seem to be an issue, especially with the locals around here. It isn’t so much the potholes to them, but the way that the roads are fixed. They want them fixed the right way, but the Road Commission says the funding isn’t there.

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Staff, Families, and Communities: As a result of our unexpected closure, some families in our communities have expressed concern and confusion regarding online learning for students. The superintendents of the Shiawassee RESD service area believe in equitable access to education for all stud…

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After reading the Saturday edition of The Argus-Press, I winced at the article about Corunna receiving a grant to spruce up the neighborhoods a bit, paint a mural, buy park benches, “etc.”

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As we brace for the next phase of the COVID-19 virus calamity, moving from containment to mitigation, politicians all over are resorting to warfare metaphors.

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Grace and peace to you in the name of God our father. In the midst of these unfamiliar days of social and physical distancing and the uncertainty of when and how we’ll move through this time of pandemic, not to mention the lingering concern of illness and quarantine, there is no doubt a grow…

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On behalf of all Shiawassee County residents who depend on Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA) for transportation and independence, and the dedicated employees who provide that transportation, I want to thank the voters of New Haven Township who approved the millage renewal on Tuesd…

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South Korea has one-sixth the population of the United States; yet that tiny country has tested 20 times the number of cases (200,000 versus 11,000) of coronavirus as we have tested in America.

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I find it quite ironic that a rash of anti-gun letters to the editor all talk about how safe the Second Amendment is, how unnecessary a Second Amendment sanctuary is and “we’re not coming for your guns.”

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We expect our federal government to respond promptly and compassionately to national/global crises. The Trump administration is playing catch-up on the first and, because of the incoherent comments of the president, has utterly failed in the second. Trump’s “hunches” are nothing but wishful …

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Fiddler’s Green is a veteran-owned and operated organization that provides living accommodations to homeless veterans. They established themselves just a couple of years ago in Bad Axe and have a 30-room facility there.

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As a number of previous letter writers have opined, New Haven Township residents will benefit from joining with the Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA). Current participating municipalities include all five cities and six townships.

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In response to the letter in The Argus-Press: I did some fact checking of my own and discovered the writer is right about one thing.

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The Corona-19 virus is coming. Oh wait — it’s already here: A man in California, near Travis Air Force Base, has been hospitalized and we have no clue how he contracted it.

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On behalf of all Shiawassee County residents who depend on Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA) for transportation and independence, and the dedicated employees who provide that transportation, I want to thank the voters of New Haven Township who approved the millage renewal on Tuesd…

South Korea has one-sixth the population of the United States; yet that tiny country has tested 20 times the number of cases (200,000 versus 11,000) of coronavirus as we have tested in America.

I find it quite ironic that a rash of anti-gun letters to the editor all talk about how safe the Second Amendment is, how unnecessary a Second Amendment sanctuary is and “we’re not coming for your guns.”

We expect our federal government to respond promptly and compassionately to national/global crises. The Trump administration is playing catch-up on the first and, because of the incoherent comments of the president, has utterly failed in the second. Trump’s “hunches” are nothing but wishful …

Fiddler’s Green is a veteran-owned and operated organization that provides living accommodations to homeless veterans. They established themselves just a couple of years ago in Bad Axe and have a 30-room facility there.

As a number of previous letter writers have opined, New Haven Township residents will benefit from joining with the Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA). Current participating municipalities include all five cities and six townships.

In response to the letter in The Argus-Press: I did some fact checking of my own and discovered the writer is right about one thing.

The Corona-19 virus is coming. Oh wait — it’s already here: A man in California, near Travis Air Force Base, has been hospitalized and we have no clue how he contracted it.

I am writing about the retirement of our “First Lady,” Prosecutor Deana Finnegan. I have heard and seen people criticize and demean this lady, and I am appalled at the comments regarding Finnegan’s retirement.

Residents in New Haven Township have a unique opportunity to affect their neighbors, friends and relatives. On March 10, you can vote yes to join the Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA) in New Haven Township.

I would like to congratulate the Curwood Castle staff for acquiring a painting by the famous illustrator, Frank Hoffman, a painting that purportedly was once owned by James Oliver Curwood.

In response to the letter appearing in the Saturday Argus-Press: Because someone writes some nonsense about imposing laws such as banning bump stocks and large capacity magazines, assault weapons, and imposing extensive background checks will stop mass killings, does not make it true.

As trite as it actually seems, the expression “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” is real.

I think before we become a Second Amendment Sanctuary County, the NRA needs to do some deep house cleaning. To better protect the citizenry I have formulated new reforms based on the historical record.

When the position of Director of National Intelligence was created by the (post) 9-11 Commission, it was specified that “he shall have extensive intelligence experience.” Donald Trump, in yet another act of gross incompetence, has selected Richard Grennell as his new DNI — a former ambassado…

I was shocked to find a “reprint” of my letter concerning Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi published a few days later with another person’s name as the writer. It was an exact duplicate, except for Donald Trump being inserted in place of Pelosi and reference made to a handshake rather than …

Those of you who are still thinking of supporting Donald Trump this November will be interested in your candidate’s quoting of Emerson’s famous admonition: “If you strike at a king, you had better kill him.”

I see that the county Democratic Party is still trying to fly under the radar as being Second Amendment friendly. Sorry guys, that ship has sailed. We’re not buying it. Let’s take a look at some recent history.

On March 10, voters in New Haven Township will have the opportunity to voice their opinions about the value of the Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA) to them and to their family members, friends, and neighbors.

On Feb. 3, one of the most despicable, inappropriate acts took place on world-wide TV when the president of the most powerful nation in the world, the most prominent leader of the free world, deliberately and methodically refused to shake the hand of the leader of the opposing party while on…

This is specifically in response to the In Your Opinion portion of The Argus-Press, a letter by Max Spencer dated Jan. 31. Spencer was responding to my letter of Jan. 25, headlined “Kiley death wasn’t murder, just an accident.”

On Feb. 3, one of the most despicable, inappropriate acts occurred on world-wide TV. When Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, one of the most prominent government officials, deliberately and methodically tore up a copy of the president’s State of the Union speech while on camera for the world…

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a combat veteran and Ukrainian expert member of the National Security Council, was summarily fired and escorted from the White House grounds like a common criminal.

Please join me in the fun of the random killing of God’s defenseless creatures in Durand, during en event called the Cash Predator Bash, at the end of this month — and bring the kiddies.

In 1999, while navigating impeachment, William Jefferson Clinton delivered his State of the Union address, announcing that he had awarded the Medal of Freedom to Rosa Parks.